The Changeling

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University of Pennsylvania Press, Jun 1, 1966 - Drama - 144 pages
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The Changeling is a powerful psychological tragedy of the moral degeneration of a highborn Spanish girl through a crime prompted by obsessive love. Thomas Middleton was probably responsible for the tragic plot, and William Rowley for the comic subplot concerning the antics of a young rake who contrives to have himself committed to an insane asylum for love of the proprietor's handsome wife.

  

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Contents

ACTUS PRIMUS
15
ACTUS SECUNDUS
40
ACTUS TERTIUS
58
ACTUS QUARTUS
86
ACTUS QUINTUS
115
APPENDIX
141
Copyright

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The Changeling, by Thomas Middleton and William Rowley
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Changeling, The (Thomas Middleton and William Rowley) (Pepys' Diary)
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JSTOR: Middleton's Debt to Chaucer in "The Changeling"
And no one has done any- thing since Ballmann to indicate the extent of Middleton's debt to Chaucer.2 But The Changeling, one of Middleton's most popular ...
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The Changeling is Thomas Middleton and William Rowley's 1622 masterpiece. In my opinion, it is the greatest tragedy in English outside of Shakespeare, ...
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The Changeling is a dark comedy that veers from sanity to complete ... superb tragicomedy The Changeling (1622). Middleton died of natural ...
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“You were best lock me up” – Artikel – The Changeling – Archiv – BUSC
With “The Changeling” Thomas Middleton and William Rowley have ventured to present a patriarchal society, in which its main pillars, male domination of and ...
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About the author (1966)

Thomas Middleton (1580-1627) was a prolific and successful English Jacobean playwright and poet. William Rowley (c. 1585-1626) was an English actor and dramatist best known for works written in collaboration with other dramatists of the Elizabethan period, especially Middleton.